This video addresses the question of whether or not an individual can obtain an E-2 Visa with the purchase of real estate.
An E-2 Visa is available for entrepreneurs who come to the U.S. to buy or start a business. This video explains the E-2 Visa requirements.
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E-2 Visa Treaty Countries – Eligibility
Which countries are eligible for an E-2 visa?
Investment Amount (How Much Do You Have to Invest for an E-2 Visa?)
What are the important factors related to E-2 investment amount?
How much do I have to invest for an E-2 visa?
What are some common E-2 visa expenditures? How Can I increase my E-2 visa investment amount?
Do you Have to Hire U.S. Workers?
Information on E-2 visa Business Plans:
Information E-2 visa letters of Intent:
How do you show where the E-2 visa money came from? The source of funds requirement for the E-2 visa. An explanation of the source of funds requirement:
An explanation of some different source of funds scenarios:
Do you have to show ties to your home country for an E-2 Visa? Do you have to keep a residence in your home country for an E-2 visa. Information on ties to home country and implications if you have a pending green card petition:
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